Eyewitness Storm Team Weather Update

Storms Continue for NW Wisconsin Overnight
Strong storms continue to move across the Northland tonight. Heavy rain, strong winds and hail is possible. A Flash Flood Warning has been activated for SE St. Louis. Flooding is possible in Duluth, Cloquet, Hermantown, Proctor, Esko, Palmers, Knife River, Grand Lake. Additional rainfall of 1-2" is possible in a short period of time. Stay safe. Do not go into flooded roadways.

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